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Biography #2 (for Alias)

Greg Grunberg is best known for his role as Sean on Felicity. He recently completed production on the Coen Brothers' film, Ladykillers and has co-starred in Hollow Man. He has also appeared in Goldmember, The Muse, BASEketball, Senseless, Trigger Effect, Malibu's Most Wanted, At Sachem Farm and With Friends Like These.

Grunberg has had a multiple-episode arc on NYPD Blue and recurring roles on both Melrose Place and Flying Blind. His other television credits include Diagnosis Murder and Murphy Brown, Stolen: One Husband and Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder.

Grunberg created and ran a successful frozen yogurt delivery service, worked for noted film producers Dino de Laurentiis and Joel Silver, and co-wrote a computer animated pilot in which he also provided the voice of the lead character.

Grunberg acted in plays during elementary and junior high school, graduating from University High School in West Los Angeles. He majored in business at San Diego State University and UCLA. He currently lives outside Los Angeles with his wife and two young sons.

Bio courtesy ABC for "Alias" (30-Jan-2005)

Biography #3

Grunberg is best known as a regular on the popular Felicity series, on which he plays Sean, the frustrated entrepreneurial comic relief who is landlord to the cast.

The actor was seen playing the hotel security officer with Sharon Stone in The Muse; acting with Mel Gibson in Forever Young; portraying a failed date of Jennifer Aniston's in Picture Perfect; playing for the New Jersey Informants in BASEketball; acting as the sports announcer in Senseless; and playing one of the cousins in The Pallbearer. He acted with fellow Hollow Man cast members Elisabeth Shue in Trigger Effect and Joey Slotnick in Dinner & Driving, an award-winning HBO film.

His latest feature films include At Sachem Farm with Minnie Driver and With Friends Like These, produced by Penny Marshall.

His television debut was in Stolen: One Husband. His other TV movies include Frankenstein: College Years and Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder. In addition to two seasons on Felicity, he has had recurring roles on Melrose Place, Murphy Brown and Flying Blind. Other small-screen credits include Diagnosis Murder, Vengeance Unlimited, Oh Baby, Rescue 77, Jersey, Players, Alright Already, Ned & Stacey and Relativity.

Earlier in his career, Grunberg acted in several high-profile television commercials, including one so memorable it landed him on The Tonight Show.

Bio courtesy Columbia Pictures (01-Jan-2000)